|Laughing Squid - Lacuna, A Public Art Installation and Free Library Made From 50,000 Books|
|East Bay Express - Berkeley's Living Library|
|Curbed - This Temporary Tent in Berkeley is Literally Made of Books|
|Mentalfloss - A Free Library Made Out of Books Could Be Coming to the Bay Area|
|Adweek - Library Made of Books Will be Built at Bay Area Book Festival|
|CityLab - The Bay Area Plans a Free Library Built out of Books|
|Good - This Pop-Up Library Will Be Built Entirely of Books|
|Modern Luxury - Berkeley Hosts the World's Most Public Library|
|SF Gate - A bubbly toast to latest entry in Bay Area book festival scene|
|Berkeleyside - First Bay Area Book Festival in Berkeley a soaring success|
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